centerboard trunk removed and reglassed in top and bottom (far superior to the original installation that was only glassed on top and had gelcoat filling the seams on the bottom
Retro fitted ballast tanks removed, disassembled, cleaned, resealed with 4200 and reinstalled on the boat with screws to the vertical supports and
epoxy/cabosil to the hull... not self filling yet but i did it so it can be done
in the future... center cockpit painted white...
ply/epoxy floorboards between the ballast tanks in the center cockpit
fresh varnish on all teak
new iron wood tiller, 5ft. beautiful
multiple large blisters removed and repaired on the bottom and hull sides
fresh micron csc bottom paint
fresh awlgrip on the hull sides, medium gray, 2 coats paint and primer
lug rig, beautiful yellow sails, plenty of life left
wood and aluminum masts and spars, go classy or modern...
aft cockpit bimini top with side and back curtains, off white
new iron wood bowspirt/anchor roller and 12 lb danforth anchor
there is no bad, there is only....
the top cap is so badly blistered and cosmetically rough that it is not worth the effort and cost to fix it and make i look like a new boat, the advantage is that you dont have to constantly worry about scratching a new finish, like i do with the hull sides, i think you will appreciate the functionality and abuse-a-bility.
i have sailed this boat extensively in the lake worth lagoon/ palm beach ocean area and have made one trip up to jensen beach and back in it sailing from west palm beach. i absolutely love it and will miss greatly, but i am itching to get back to work on my 1963 allied seawind 30' and need the funds to continue... if it does not sell soon i will finish the hard cabin i have started building and sail it down to the keys for a few weeks/months...
although i have never sailed a pearl with triangle sails, i absolutely love the lug rig and would not trade it for triangles in a second... while reefing is not quite as easy, it is an elegant and simple rig, and both sails have one set of reef points.
trailer is in average shape, very road worthy, new tires, new bunks and
have a early 90's 3 hp yahama (36lbs) i can include if your interested, i have
the motor bracket that bolts on the tiller but it is not installed at the moment